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http:www.musclehack.com10-easy-low-carb-high-protein-diet-food-substitutions-video - Simple food replacements you can make to make a low carb diet easy. Turn your diet into a high proteinlow carb one. Here's the substitutions summarized:* Potato replace with cauliflower* Bread tortillas replace with Mama Lupe's Tortillas* ChipsFries replace with Celeriac (celery root) fries* High carb sauces replace with sour cream & chive, mayonnaise, tartar sauce, roasted garlic Italian* Chocolate bars & snacks replace with peperami (pork salami bar), string cheese, Go-Lower bars, pickled eggs* Supermarket Peanut Butter replace with Natural Peanut Butter or other Nut Butters like Hazelnut Butter* CrispsChips replace with Flavored Nuts* Milk replace with DoubleHeavy Cream with water* Sugar replace with Splenda Stevia* Soda replace with Diet Soda sweetened with sucraloseHope that helps!Mark Get Ripped Abs Fast! http:www.musclehack.comhow-to-build-muscle-mass-fast-complete-guide http:www.musclehack.comhow-to-lose-fat http:www.musclehack.combest-bodybuilding-diet-plan-revealed
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